BRIDGEVIEW, IL -SEPTEMBER 25: Ryan Guy #13 of the New England Revolution celebrates his second goal against the Chicago Fire during an MLS match on September 25, 2011 at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois.The Fire defeated the Revolution 3-2. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)
We all may still be on a high after watching the New England Revolution look dangerous in attack on Wednesday night during their conquest of the L.A. Galaxy, but life - and the preseason - must go on. Unfortunately, it goes on without much news of which to speak. Your next chance to see the Revs in action will be tomorrow night at 10 PM EST against the New York Red Bulls, streaming live on MLSsoccer.com.
Swede Addition? - New England Soccer Today
New England Soccer Today chatted with Sweden-based site fotbolltransfers.com’s Jakob Celik about Revs trialist Björn Runström. Celik confirms that Runstrom is a target man, not really a goalscorer.
Guy on the verge of full return from calf strain | New England Revolution
Ryan Guy has been someone no one's been talking much about during this preseason, mostly thanks to his injury. It looks like he'll be back and battling for minutes now, though.
Revolution In Arizona! by Jon Parker " MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER UK
Revolution fan from across the pond Jon Parker - better known as @guitarspoons - recaps the Revs' strong showing against the Galaxy with a British flair.
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Eric Wynalda On Honesty In Sports Media - Sounder At Heart
Wynalda was an outspoken player who has transitioned into an outspoken member of the media. Could Keller's path be similar? Dave Clark of Sounder At Heart spoke with the former USMNT striker at length on the topic.
Four Americans advance to the Europa League Round of 16 " Over There
Europe's second-tier club competition will have excellent American representation this season. Howie from Over There highlights the performances of the four American internationals who will join their teams in the Round of 16 for this season's Europa League.
Limerick FC, money and the Russian connection | Lovely Left Foot
David Costellow analyzes the recent fortunes of Irish First Division club Limerick FC, who seemed poised to sign two notable internationals from CSKA Moscow not too long ago. An interesting read, and Lovely Left Foot is a blog that everyone ought to be reading.